Jordan Brand will be bringing back the Air Jordans 2017

  • New Jordans 2017 will be bringing back the OG “Nike Air” Air Jordan 3 on Black Friday with the “True Blue” release, and following that launch will be a Nike Air Jordan 3 OG 2017 release.Regarded as one of the most highly sought-after Air Jordan sneakers, the Air Jordan 1 royal blue was last retroed in 2013. Now, four years later, the shoe will finally make its return in its OG version. Releasing as a remastered edition, the 2017 version of this AJ 1 will feature a black and royal blue premium leather upper with hits of white displayed on the midsole. Rounding out this pair of shoes will be the matching royal blue outsole, giving these sneakers the proper royal blue touch.Following the return of the Jordan Jumpman Pro, Jordan Brand has also brought back the Jordan Jumpman Pro Quick.
    The 2017 Air Jordan Shoes is next up for a golf shoe, coming in a crisp red and white colorway.After recently bringing back the Jumpman Pro, another classic Jordan Brand team shoe makes a return, the Jumpman Pro Quick. Quietly returning out of nowhere, the team model originally released in 2008 and worn by OG Team Jordan member Eddie Jones is back for 2017 in its original white, royal, and black colorway as well as a triple black look. Those feeling nostalgic for the vintage Jordan model can find them arriving at select Jordan Brand retailers like Shoe Palace right now.According to The Shoe Game, the popular style will return next summer.  White dominates the upper on the shoe with red accents appearing on the classic silhouette including the Jumpman logo on the tongue. There’s even an All-White colorway that will release as well.
    Of course, the KD 9 For Sale takes center stage with its frosty white look, with the textured material replacing the usual patent leather paneling and an icy translucent white sole.For those that may not be aware of this classic model, it originally debuted back in 1998 and was made famous by Jordan Brand athlete Eddie Jones.The shoe last released in 2013 and sold out almost instantly. What’s more, that particular variation now garners triple (if not more) its retail value in the secondary market.Jordan Brand released a poor Retro version of the shoe in 2009 or 2010 and it stripped the shoe of everything it once offered. No carbon fiber, stiff synthetic leather, forefoot Zoom Air and heel EVA crash pad. Yeah, it was pretty bad. Now that Jordan Brand is “remastering” the Retro line, we’re hoping that it releases this 2017 version of the shoe true to OG form.Jordan Brand is about to cool down summer just a bit with their latest Heiress collection for the young ladies, featuring four matching icy colorways of the Air Jordan 11 Low, Air Jordan 1 High, Jordan Eclipse, and Jordan Trunner. All four models are highlighted by unique crackled textures on the upper with a pearlescent finish.